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Hi I have  a Swiss Emperor Chronograph

17 Jewels with a

valjoux 7733 hand-winding movement

Unfortunately it is missing the crown and possibly the winding stem. Would anyone  know where I might be able to purchase these items or help me identify them with any part numbers etc.

Thanks you in advance for any help 

Yours Shaun

 

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Do you intend do the work by yourself? Stem needs to be cut to length, which is not difficult but better done by a watch repair shop. That would also be a good occasion to fully service the watch in order to have it regain original performance and prevent wear.  He would be able to supply parts otherwise you can purchase from Cousins UK.

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When looking on Cousins UK isn't always needed to even know part numbers. Just go to ETA mov't parts, enter caliber, select stem on the right. And they have another section with a wide variety of crowns.

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